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Dan Houston shows his work in his Sarasota gallery and sells sculptures and paintings online.
However, it will be moved a short distance away from its current location to make way for U.S. 41-Gulfstream roundabout construction.
Stay or Go?
Our polls on Instagram and Twitter say the majority of voters want the statue to stay on the bayfront.
Two voices, two opinions.
David R. Kotok and Kelly Kirschner
As the City of Sarasota prepares to start its new roundabout project, we'll be kissing the Unconditional Surrender statue goodbye—at least temporarily. Before we do, we want to see your photos of the downtown landmark (selfies encouraged!).
Today, 86 pieces comprise the public art collection, from sculptures to fountains to wall murals, varying in price, size and origin.
As the City of Sarasota grows, so does its public art collection.
At a public meeting on Wednesday, July 17, six artists will present their proposals for two huge new additions to Sarasota's public art collection.
Jeff Laramore's "Jumping Fish" sculpture is the 84th piece to be added to the City of Sarasota public art collection. A dedication ceremony will take place on April 8 at 5:30 p.m.
Ai Weiwei's Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads is made up of 12 huge bronze sculptures.
My New Hometown
Pamela Olin goes to the dogs—the Southeastern Guide dogs, that is.
Love it or hate it, people flock to the Unconditional Surrender statue in downtown Sarasota.
This week, Robert Castro focuses his eye on the pieces on exhibit in the 2013 Sarasota Season of Sculpture.
Your guide to the must-see shows, stars and special events for 2013-2014.